Jing wu men (Fist of Fury) (The Chinese Connection) (1972)
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One of the best action films starring the legendary Bruce Lee, this movie features the martial artist as Chen Chen, who returns to his former school in early 20th century Shanghai when he learns that his beloved instructor has been murdered. While probing the man's death and seeking vengeance, Chen discovers that a drug smuggling operation, a rival school, and simmering racial tensions between Chinese and Japanese locals are factors in the nefarious dealings at his alma mater and in his master's
Mar 22, 1972 Wide
Jan 21, 1998
He [Lee] is decidedly an eye-catching figure as he takes on all comers, singly or in whimpering groups, in stylized, Karate-like bouts with swift, balletic moves, baleful stares, deadly flying fists and legs and, of course, all the necessary eerie shouts.
Semi-speed through the "chatty" stuff if you absolutely must, but be sure not to miss any of the mayhem.
Good Bruce Lee movie. Watch him kick ass.
Not quite up to par with Lee's parting opus . . . but a fitting showcase for Lee's exceptional prowess
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